Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Nymphe’


Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Nymphe’ in a 3 litre pot.

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Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Nymphe’ is a beautiful deciduous shrub that produces stunning clusters of white flowers in the summer, depending on the soil pH. This variety is known for its large, mophead flowers that can be up to 8 inches in diameter, making it an ideal choice for planting in borders, mixed borders, or as a standalone specimen in the garden. ‘Nymphe’ is a hardy variety that thrives in partial shade to full sun and well-drained soil that’s moist but not too wet. It’s also drought tolerant and can withstand dry conditions, making it an ideal choice for gardeners who want a plant that’s easy to care for. To complement Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Nymphe’, consider planting it alongside other shrubs or perennials like Hosta or Ferns. It also pairs well with companion plants like Azalea or Camellia, which can help to create a beautiful and colorful garden display. Overall, Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Nymphe’ is a stunning and unique plant that will add a touch of beauty and elegance to any garden. Its large, white flowers, along with its hardy nature and ability to attract pollinators, make it an excellent choice for gardeners who want to create a striking and low-maintenance outdoor space.

Key Facts

  • Common Name(s):Hydrangea ‘Nymphe’
  • Hardiness:Fully hardy
  • How big will I get? Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Nymphe’ can grow to a height of 1.3m and a spread of 1m.
  • Did You Know That:Hydrangeas contain low levels of cyanide?

Plant Calendar

A rough guide to how this plant will change through the year.

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Flowering Time
Foliage Colour

Care Guide

Soil Requirements

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Nymphe’ prefers moist but well-draining soil. This plant can grow in soil with a wide range of pH levels, it is not picky about the pH level of the soil.

Best Position

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Nymphe’ prefers a sheltered position and likes the sun but not too much of it, so an area that is partially shaded is perfect.


Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Nymphe’ flower on the previous years growth, therefore each year in late Winter or early Spring cut out a small number of the old stems at the base and remove old flower heads back to the nearest sideshoots. This will encourage some new growth which will in the future produce more flowers, but it won’t affect thats season’s flowers. Although most shrubs that flower on old wood should be pruned immediately after flowering, Hydrangea macrophylla are an exception to this rule. This is because the cut stems are vulnerable to frosts, whereas the old flowers protect them from the frost, therefore they should be trimmed back later.

Pest, Diseases and Wildlife

Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Nymphe’ can have problems with aphids and scale insects, it can be vulnerable to certain diseases such as powdery mildews, leaf spot, grey moulds and honey fungus. It is toxic to cats, dogs and horses.

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